Fundamentals and Applications of Ternary Diffusion

Edited By

  • G. R. Purdy, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

This international symposium held in honor of Professor J\S\Kirkcaldy, will comprise review and research papers covering both fundamental and applied aspects of ternary diffusion. Over twenty individual contributions by internationally recognized authorities in the field, will be included.
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Audience

For researchers in the field; postgraduate students in Materials Science and Engineering.

 

Book information

  • Published: October 1990
  • Imprint: PERGAMON
  • ISBN: 978-0-08-040412-7


Table of Contents

Section headings and selected papers: Foreword. Theoretical Developments. Impurity diffusion in a doubly-doped elemental semiconductor with pair formation, D J Young et al. Kirkendall and vacancy correlation effects in ternary diffusion, J S Kirkaldy. Initial-value solutions for spinodal decomposition in ternary solids, J S Kirkaldy et al. The continuum theory of nucleation in multicomponent systems, J J Hoyt. Experimental Developments. Diffusion in a two-phase region of the Fe-Cr-Al system, J Stringer & H C Akuezue. Selected multiphase diffusion structures in the Cu-Ni-Zn system, M A Dayananda & C-L Liu. Periodic structures in multicomponent diffusion couples, F J J Van Loo & K Osinski. A methodology for obtaining diffusion coefficients in a three-phase ternary couple: GaAs/nickel, C H Jan et al. Applications. Multicomponent diffusion interactions in gels: zeolites, polymers and slags, D Okongwu & J S Kirkaldy. Computer simulation of multicomponent diffusional transformatons in steel, J O Anderson et al. Decomposition of multicomponent austenite in spheroidal graphite cast irons, D Venugopalan. A first-order solute-drag theory for the effects of alloying elements on the growth of proeutectoid ferrite in steels, G R Purdy & Y J M Brechet. Authors' index. Subject index.